Afro-Caribbean Afrobeat R&B Soul
Adiyo is a Congolese-born fast-rising singer, songwriter, and music producer based in Winnipeg, Canada, where she's popularly known for her ground-breaking sounds. She came into the music-making game to express her ever-burning passion for music.
The development of her unique style of music resulted from a lifetime of musical influence she received - she grew up surrounded and loving Congolese rumba and the symphony. moreover, Adiyo is also heavily influenced by World, Singersongwriter, and R&B genres of music. Still, her love for African orchestral music outshines it all. Her passion for music also streams from her motivations from major headliners and prominent music and entertainment industry artists. To mention a few, musicians like Toni Braxton, Sade, and Ms. Lauryn Hill inspire her music career.
In a music era where trendy sounds are the game, she appreciates showcasing incredible creativity and passion in her music. Regardless of the musical trends and styles, Adiyo is bent on creating highly narrative and relatable music. She draws inspiration from real-life experiences as well as her on-the-spot creative prowess. Whenever she takes center stage, there's no limit to her flair.
Adiyo sang the national anthem at Winnipeg, Canada's High School and University games. after some time away from the studio and the music scene, she keeps her fans in high anticipation of the release of her mini-album this year. She passes messages that resonate from an honest and genuine desire to inspire many with heart-melting lyrics and voice.
In addition to her love for music-making, Adiyo is also an avid advocate for Mental health. She co-founded Bantugirls.com, a Mental Health & Lifestyle blog supporting Black women this year.